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Faculty & Staff Resources

Library Services for Faculty and Staff

Library and Information Literacy Instruction
Assignment Collaboration
Research Guides
Reserves 
Library Computer Lab 
 


Library and Information Literacy Instruction

DCCC Librarians offers multiple types of instruction on a variety of research and information literacy topics. Librarians can meet with classes for online or face-to-face instruction. To discuss your instruction needs, call the library at (336) 224-4727 or email library@davidsonccc.edu.


Assignment Collaboration

DCCC Librarians are available to assist with designing assignments that have research or information literacy components. To work with a librarian on an assignment, call the library at (336) 224-4727 or email library@davidsonccc.edu. 


Research Guides

DCCC Librarians can create course or assignment specific research guides that gather relevant information sources in one webpage. To request a research guide for your course, call (336) 224-4727 or email library@davidsonccc.edu. 


Reserves

Faculty may submit items for reserve by visiting either campus library and completing a Reserve Items Agreement available at the Library Desk. 


Library Computer Lab

The Davidson Campus Library offers a computer lab available for reserve to courses in need. To reserve the library computer lab, call (336) 224-4727 or email library@davidsonccc.edu.

Interlibrary Loan

DCCC Library offers interlibary loan, a service where DCCC library borrows books and articles from other libraries. DCCC students, faculty, and staff that have no lost items are eligible for interlibrary loan services. To place an interlibrary loan request, complete the Interlibrary Loan form.

Interlibrary Loan Request Form

Streaming Video for Faculty and Staff

DCCC Library knows that streaming video is a crucial resource for instruction and to the DCCC community. The Library offers two databases, Swank Digital Campus and Kanopy Video Streaming, for faculty and staff to make requests for streaming video titles. The Library approves requests based on multiple factors including but not limited to:

  • Available funds
  • Title availability (Is the title available in a cheaper format or through a different resource?)
  • Pedagogical or programming relevance (How will the content be used? Is an equivalent available?)
  • Class size or anticipated audience (How many need access?)

Please be aware that the Library dedicates a predetermined amount of funds to streaming video each semester. Once those funds are used, the Library will be unable to purchase additional streaming video licenses. Faculty and staff may use any existing licensed video from either database in any DCCC course. All licenses are for one year. 

Education & Teaching Databases